St. Lawrence in the News

July 2013

KeyBank's Key Foundation awarded a grant to support literacy programs at St. Lawrence University.
Performance and Communication Arts Associate Professor Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead traveled to Queensland, Australia, for the international premiere of a children's play she has composed.
The Watertown Daily Times discusses how St. Lawrence University is casting its net across the country in hopes of luring new students.
Dr. Karen Hitchcock '64 contributes her opinion to Northeast Public Radio in Albany on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposed Tax-Free NY economic plan.
The 19th annual Billy Todd Memorial Scholarship golf tournament will be Saturday, July 27 at the St. Lawrence University Golf Course
Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies Neil Forkey's book "Canadians and the Natural Environment to the Twenty-First Century" was recently reviewed by Canada's History magazine, a popular national periodical.
David Smith walks 100 miles from Camp David to the White House to raise concern over Canadian oil sand production.
Jonathan Van Campen '93 is a boat captain who was so interested in getting into the charter business that he actually built, co-owns and operates a 48-foot, 48-passenger catamaran.
Bob Leonardi '62 offers a summer salad recipe for readers of his hometown New York newspaper. Leonardi was a sociology major at St. Lawrence.
Bonnie J. M. Swoger '99 discusses data as it relates to higher eduation libraries in a blog featured in Scientific American.
Epsilon Energy Ltd. of Concord, Ontario, names Matthew W. Dougherty '03 to its board of directors.
The Institute for Learning Centered Education is holding its 21st Constructivist Design Conference for Educational Improvement this week in St. Lawrence University’s student center.
A 2010 St. Lawrence University graduate was recently hired at a Watertown, N.Y., lawfirm.
Professor Steven Horwitz
Dr. Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics, discusses libertarian interpretations of the Civil War with the Washington Post.
Global Studies Professor and Department Chair John Collins quoted in opinion piece on Israel's global military practices.
Two books collecting essays by regional writers were edited by a SLU writing instructor and publications editor and an award-winning poet.
SLU grad and Warren County District Attorney Kathleen B. Hogan named by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to the state's Anti-Corruption Panel.